Lights by Caitie Hurst


Song Lyrics


Lights
by Caitie Hurst

Album: How Could I Be Silent


Verse 1
Lost in the cracks
That was me before Your love came around
Fading to black
'Cause I was living with the power out

Pre-Chorus
I was thinking I could handle this
Get me up and out from under this
Nothing happened when I pulled the switch

Chorus
But then You hit the lights on my heart
'Til there was nothing left of the dark
I was like a night with no stars
But then You hit the li-i-ights
It's like You hit the lights on my heart
'Til there was nothing left of the dark
I was like a night with no stars
But then You hit the li-i-ights

Verse 2
Why do we try
To look around with our eyes shut closed
Blind lead the blind
Nobody really knowing where to go

Pre-Chorus
I was thinking I could handle this
Get me up and out from under this
Nothing happened when I pulled the switch

Chorus
But then You hit the lights on my heart
'Til there was nothing left of the dark
I was like a night with no stars
But then You hit the li-i-ights
It's like You hit the lights on my heart
'Til there was nothing left of the dark
I was like a night with no stars
But then You hit the li-i-ights

Interlude
Li-i-i-ights, lights, lights
Li-i-i-ights, lights, lights

Bridge
Your love, my electricity
Your breath, my only energy
Your love, illuminating me
Shine on for all the world to see

Chorus 2
The way You hit the lights on my heart
'Til there was nothing left of the dark
I was like a night with no stars
But then You hit the li-i-ights

Chorus
But then You hit the lights on my heart
'Til there was nothing left of the dark
I was like a night with no stars
But then You hit the li-i-ights
It's like You hit the lights on my heart
'Til there was nothing left of the dark
I was like a night with no stars
But then You hit the li-i-ights

Outro
Li-i-i-ights
Li-i-i-ights


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